Papua New Guinea School

                                                                                                                                                                                                      photo: Operation Food for Life

Leaders of an independent Adventist ministry are celebrating the opening of a school that will cater to a remote village in Papua New Guinea. While serving villagers in Kivori-Poi, workers of "Operation Food for Life" or (O-F-F-L) noticed the village's lack of direct access to education for school- aged children.

The village of approximately 6,000 families is only accessible by helicopter or a four-wheeler, making it difficult for children to travel to another village or city to go to school. Now, the brand-new school with its 2 Seventh-day Adventist teachers are teaching lessons to 120 students free of charge.

Kivori-Poi's chief praised O-F-F-L for the school, saying it is the fulfillment of a long-held dream for the village to have a place for its children to receive education. The president of O-F-F-L , Dennis Perry, said, "During this year, OFFL will build a permanent two classroom facility with an additional first aid room to serve the school and the community. We want to give all the praise to Jesus for His leading guidance and blessings during the planning and completion of the temporary school."




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